|Displaying Topics 1481 - 1520 (10179 total) Sorted by: Thread-Subject, Direction: forward|
|1481:|| Copy Machines: A Major Privacy Risk|
"Did you know that most digital copiers produced since 2002 have a hard drive that stores images of ALL your copies, scans, emails, etc. processed by the machine?"
|Foo||May 18, 2010|
|1482:|| Copy That Sells|
"...They laughed when I sat down to play..."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Nov 25, 2003|
|1483:|| Copyright Infringement Case Clears ISP Of Responsibility|
"In the first case of its kind, an Australian court has ruled that an internet service provider cannot be responsible for illegal downloading."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Feb 5, 2010|
|1484:|| Copyright Issues in Using Facts From a Book||Content, Writing and Copyright||Oct 7, 2003|
|1485:|| Copyright Issues|
Answers regarding copyright questions that are asked frequently.
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Sept 5, 2005|
|1486:|| Copyright Issues|
Ten threads dealing with copyright issues. Questions, answers and advice
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Sept 5, 2005|
|1487:|| Copyright Theft By MFAs Sites Can Result In AdSense Bans|
An inspiring post reminding web publishers that they have other options for dealing with copyright theft.
|Google AdSense||June 11, 2012|
|1488:|| Copyrights on Contributed Content|
Simple question with a can-o-worms for an answer.
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Jan 4, 2005|
|1489:|| Coreflood Botnet Shut Down|
"This was big money stolen on a large scale by foreign criminals. The FBI wanted to stop it and they did an incredibly good job at it," said Alan Paller, director of research at the SAN Institute, a nonprofit group that helps fight cyber crime.[br][br]The vast majority of the infected machines were in the United States, but the criminal gang was likely overseas.
|Webmaster General||Apr 14, 2011|
|1490:|| Corey Rudl Dies at 34|
"You may not have agreed with all his tactics but our industry just lost a one of our top marketers and a true pioneer."
|WebmasterWorld Community Center||June 3, 2005|
|1491:|| Corporate "Detailing" of Wikipedia|
"A new data-mining service launched Monday traces millions of Wikipedia entries to their corporate sources, and for the first time puts comprehensive data behind longstanding suspicions of manipulation, which until now have surfaced only piecemeal in investigations of specific allegations."
|Social Media Optimization||Aug 14, 2007|
|1492:|| Corporate America vs. Home Based Business||Webmaster General||Jan 11, 2005|
|1493:|| Corporate Blogs, Personal Opinions, and Bad PR|
Google's recent problem in which an employee blog post created a public backlash is just one example of how companies must balance benefits and risks associated with open communication.
|Community Building and User Generated Content||July 5, 2007|
|1494:|| Corporate Email Address Formats|
"While there is no standard for the formatting of email addresses, there are suggested e-mail name formats that are more professional in presentation. I'm going to list a few of those here along with the pros and cons of each one."
|Professional Webmaster Business Issues||June 13, 2004|
|1495:|| Correct way to use negative words?|
Great examples on how to correctly target phrases without certain terms. This is a frequently asked question, and unfortunately, Google doesn't have many examples to explain this.
|Google AdWords||Jan 31, 2003|
|1496:|| Cost Data Importing Requirement For Linked Google AdWords and Analytics Accounts|
"...new requirement to enable cost data importing for linked Google AdWords and Analytics accounts."
|Google AdWords||Feb 27, 2009|
|1497:|| Cost per lead on Google & Overture|
"...what some of your cost per leads ranges were for Google and Overture PPC campaigns. I know we're all in different industries and there are numerous factors that impact each campaign/situatio..."
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||May 12, 2004|
|1498:|| Could Google Make it Under a Subscription Model?|
Could Google require subscription fees for searching?
|Google News Archive||Jan 7, 2003|
|1499:|| Could Google bid for AOL?|
"Google could try to bid for America Online to preempt a Microsoft takeover and protect the $380 million in revenue Google gets from its biggest partner, according to an analyst."
|Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Sept 20, 2005|
|1500:|| Could Linking To 404 Pages Cause A Drop In SERPs|
"Today looking a WMT we spotted that we were linking to 1000's of 404 pages from our main pages that have been dropped. Could this be the reason for a penalty?"
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Aug 2, 2010|
|1501:|| Could Microsoft Save Ask.com?|
"Microsoft Corp is viewed as the most likely buyer or partner for IAC/InterActiveCorp's Ask.com if CEO Barry Diller decides to throw in the towel on the struggling search engine."
|Ask - Teoma||Oct 29, 2009|
|1502:|| Could Relying on Traditional Link Checkers Damage SERPs?|
New Google Forum: "The solution isn't simple, it will take time to build, but "deep external link checking" must be done to fully identify bad external links."(-subscription required)
|Google SEO||July 15, 2010|
|1503:|| Could Small Pages Rank Best in MSN?|
"WebmasterWorld members debate whether small pages rank better in MSN SERPs."
|Bing Search Engine News||Feb 12, 2007|
|1504:|| Coupon Crazy Sites|
"There seems to be a site offering coupons for just about anything these days and WebmasterWorld Members decide to chew it over in a wide ranging discussion on the topic."
|Ecommerce||Dec 2, 2010|
|1505:|| Court Case Could Rewrite Copyright Rules|
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios v. Grokster: "The Supreme Court hears arguments Tuesday and will issue a decision before July. How the justices rule could redefine how consumers can watch television shows and films and listen to songs that increasingly are delivered in digital formats. "
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Mar 29, 2005|
|1506:|| Court Docs Reveal YouTube Smoking Guns - 80% of Page Views Pirated Material|
"... Chen talked about "concentrating all of our efforts in building up our numbers as aggressively as we can through whatever tactics, however evil." ... ...Senior YouTube employee in an instant message that 'the truth of the matter is probably 75-80 percent of our views come from copyrighted material. The startup's [YouTube's] strategy was, at its core, a decision to profit from copyright infringement. It doesn't matter whether YouTube showed ads on its video pages or not (for years, it did not, apparently concerned about just this issue); to Viacom, the entire business strategy was a way of profiting from infringement"
|Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Mar 20, 2010|
|1507:|| Court Finds SEO Firm Responsible For Online Sales of Counterfeit Goods|
"For Internet Intermediaries like SEOs and web hosts, this should be a cautionary warning," says Christopher Finnerty, one of the lawyers for Cleveland Golf.[br][br]"The jury found that web hosts and SEO's cannot rely solely on third parties to police their web sites and provide actual notice of counterfeit sales from the brand owners.[br][br]Even prior to notification from a third party, Internet intermediaries must be proactive to stop infringing sales when they knew or should have known that these illegal sales were occurring through one of the web sites they host."
|General Search Engine Marketing Issues||Mar 16, 2011|
|1508:|| Court Orders Google to Stop Producing Thumbnails - Google Loses Landmark Case|
"...US district court in the central district of California, Judge Howard Matz said that he would issue a preliminary injunction to prevent Google displaying thumbnail-sized images..."
|Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||May 10, 2006|
|1509:|| Court Orders T-Online To Reinstate Overture|
"Pay-per-click search firm Overture announced today that it has secured a court injunction to get its search results reinstated on T-Online's portal after the ISP dropped them last month."
|Yahoo Search Marketing Pay Per Click Advertising||Sept 1, 2003|
|1510:|| Court Rejects Appeal By Tiffany Vs eBay Over Trademark|
"Tiffany said the case presented an extremely important question about allocating trademark rights and burdens in the modern Internet economy."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Nov 29, 2010|
|1511:|| Court Rules Against F.C.C. in 'Net Neutrality' Case|
"Tuesday's ruling by the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia is a big victory for the Comcast Corporation,"
|Webmaster General||Apr 6, 2010|
|1512:|| Court Rules Embedding Videos Does Not Violate Copyright Laws|
Posner found that merely watching a stream of an illegally uploaded video isn't copyright infringement either.
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Aug 5, 2012|
|1513:|| Court Rules Feds Could Not Seize Stored e-mails|
"A court rules that e-mails deserve the same 4th Amendment protections as telephone calls."
|Foo||June 23, 2007|
|1514:|| Court Rules Google U.S. Streetview Privacy Case Can Proceed|
"In a major legal setback for Google, a federal appeals court here said on Tuesday that a lawsuit accusing the Internet giant of illegal wiretapping could proceed."
|Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Sept 11, 2013|
|1515:|| Court Ruling Says Free Software, Open Source, Can Be Protected|
"...the federal appeals court in Washington said that just because a software programmer gave his work away did not mean it could not be protected."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Aug 14, 2008|
|1516:|| Court Says 'No' to Apple, Upholds Confidentiality Law for Web Journalists|
NY Times: "A California appeals court ruled Friday that online reporters are protected by the same confidentiality laws that protect traditional journalists, striking a blow to efforts by Apple Computer to identify people who leaked confidential company data..."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||May 28, 2006|
|1517:|| Court Says Bloggers, Forum Participants Can't Be Sued|
California Supreme Court extends ISP legal protections to users of their services.
|Community Building and User Generated Content||Nov 21, 2006|
|1518:|| Cracking Tough Passwords Appears Just Too Easy|
The moral of the story: if a reporter with zero training in the ancient art of password cracking can achieve such results, imagine what more seasoned attackers can do.
|Foo||May 29, 2013|
|1519:|| Cracking the $100 a Day Google AdSense Milestone|
"I finally had my first $100 day. Here is what has helped me..."
|Google AdSense||May 9, 2007|
|1520:|| Craigs List Censors Adult Ads|
"Craigslist, the Internet's iconic ad bazaar, has stopped allowing U.S. users to access its "adult services" ads."
|Foo||Sept 4, 2010|